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rare and large english burmantofts faience teal-glazed pierce-work jardinière/urn/pot
4751
late 19th century

a fine example from the Leeds factory Burmantofts faïence, with pierced neck and shoulder and adorned overall with incised decoration; excellent antique condition with overall minor wear consistent with age; stamped to underside 'Burmantofts Faience, 504 EAS', examples of Burmantofts faience can be found in the Victoria & Albert Museum Ceramic collection

Height: 
13"
Diameter: 
16"
$3,250
Available
well-rendered english chromolithograph of basset hounds in a field, circa 1881
4762
1881

color plate by major British lithographic firm Vincent Brooks Day & Son, London; from the book The Illustrated Book of the Dog, 1881; Cassell & Co. Publisher; Vero Shaw, author; dogs listed as Jupiter, Fino de Paris and Pallas owned by British breeder George Krehl; good condition with only minor discoloration along the border; bright and clean colors; new acid-free matte; within an antique carved and gilded frame 

Height: 
13.75"
Width: 
17.5"
Depth: 
1.25"
$2,500
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victorian black-lacquered stationary box with expressive hand-painted basset hound
4759
late 19th century

black lacquer over a hand-made wooden box; the hinged lid adorned with a well-delineated and expressive basset hound face; the interior with removable slats and a small stamp box with carved mother-of-pearl pull; some discoloration to moire silk lining; good antique condition with overall even wear and fine craquelure

 

 

Height: 
4"
Width: 
7.5"
Depth: 
4.5"
$1,500
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an exceptionally large french provincial beechwood single-drawer rafraichissoir/wine cooler
50112
late 19th century

of large scale and great for entertaining having two lined chilling wells fronted by the variegated marble top, above a single drawer apron raised on cabriole legs; good antique condition with nice wear and patina

Height: 
29 1/4"
Width: 
35 1/2"
Depth: 
25"
$5,800
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 large and good quality english regency mahogany butler's tray on stand
4745
early 19th century

Perfect for use as a dry bar, the beautifully colored large solid mahogany rectangular tray with sloped end for easy serving; the raised gallery fitted with shaped handles; raised on a later hinged x-form stand; excellent antique condition with nice overall patination

Height: 
33"
Width: 
31 1/2"
Depth: 
21 1/2"
$2,850
Available
elegant french louis xvi style mahogany circular side table with brass mounts
4720
late 19th century

the well-figured mahogany top with inlaid stringing above a frieze apron fitted with a single drawer and adorned with lively openwork brass perimeter band; raised on tapering square-form legs ending in brass capped feet; excellent antique condition with overall even wear

Height: 
29 1/2"
Diameter: 
25"
$3,850
Available
 elegant french directoire circular bouillotte table with fossilized marble top
4734
1880

the fossilized stone top within a pierced brass gallery above an apron with chevron veneer parquetry and fitted with two opposing drawers; raised on tapering turned legs; good antique condition with overall even wear; later marble top

Height: 
30"
Diameter: 
24 1/4"
$3,450
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a richly-colored antique george II style burl-walnut bachelors chest originally sold through Harvey Nichols, London
50107
circa 1880

label attached to back 'Harvey Nichols & Co., Ltd., Bournemouth Depository; est. 1850, London; the rectangular top with molded edge over a case fitted with two short over two long graduated drawers, fronts with beautiful pierced brass pulls and escutcheons; raised on bracket feet; excellent restored condition

Height: 
32"
Width: 
34 1/2"
Depth: 
19"
$4,450
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unusually large english late George III Mahogany single-drawer Canterbury
60489
late 18th century

one of the largest and best quality Canterbury's made, fitted with three adjustable serpentine dividers on a rectangular base with applied moldings and lion ring handles; the columnar rounded corners continuing to tapering legs on brass casters; excellent antique condition; attributed to Gillows of Lancaster and London (1730-1840)

Height: 
25"
Width: 
22"
Depth: 
19 1/4"
$4,250
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 good pair of meissen blue onion pattern oil lamps now electrified; originally sold by Westbourne Grove Dept. Store, London
4735
2nd-half 19th century

converted 19th century oil lamps with original fittings; each covered double-handled urn painted with floral and foliate designs; converted brass fixture marked "W. Whiteley Westbourne Grove London"; . knob reads "Hinks's Duplex Patent"; excellent condition with no chips or cracks; rewired; patination to brass; each with underglaze blue crossed swords made after 1825; in 1863 William Whiteley opened his first ‘Fancy Goods’ shop in London developing into Whiteley's Department Store catering to a wealthy clientele 

Height: 
13" (top of porcelain) 27" (top of shade)
Width: 
9"
Depth: 
6 1/2"
$4,200

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